Published in The Military Engineer: Attacking emerging contaminants at Eielson

January 2, 2019

Our Neil Robertson co-authored a story focused on PFAS contamination at an Alaska Air Force Base and the solution to provide safe drinking water

 

The long-term use of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in aqueous film forming foam used for fire suppression has resulted in contamination of groundwater supplies near some U.S. Air Force facilities. Neil Robertson, Craig Hollowell, and William Burke write about the efforts to provide safe drinking water at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska.

 

 

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